Both Pakistan, India desire to move forward: PM

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APP32-30 PARIS: November 30 - Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Indian Prime Minister Modi in a cordial chat with each other at the venue of COP21 Climate Change Summit. APP

PARIS, Nov 30 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Monday said that both Pakistan and India desired to move forward and ‘all states must keep the door to dialogue open.’
Talking to newsmen, the Prime Minister said he and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi held a good chat in a good atmosphere. To a question, he said all issues could not be
discussed in a brief interaction. The Prime Minister, however, declined to divulge details of
his brief meeting with the Indian Prime Minister. He said Pakistan wanted to resolve the issues in an amicable atmosphere. Pakistan also desired to address its political, internal and
external issues, he added.He also mentioned his meeting with Afghan President Ashraf
Ghani and trilateral meeting comprising him, President Ghani and
British Prime Minister David Cameron.
“Good words were exchanged in a candid atmosphere. If we have
good sentiments, we should practise these too,” he remarked.
The Prime Minister said the Indian side had also expressed
desire to take the matters forward.
Earlier in the day, both the prime ministers met here on the
sidelines of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2015.
The Indian Prime Minister approached Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and
had a brief meeting with him.
The two leaders parted with a warm handshake.